The homosexual political movement today in the West claims that there was another “holocaust” in WWII Germany, the knowledge of which has been suppressed. Increasingly it is being taught and believed that homosexuals, even great numbers of homosexuals, were targeted for persecution and elimination by Hitler and Company.
This surprisingly revelatory book, written in the mid-1990s, factually demolishes any such claims. Authors Lively and Abrams uncover a startling panoply of suppressed historical facts about the ubiquitousness of homosexuality not only in Germany’s Weimar Republic of the 1920s, but also concentrated at the highest levels of leadership all throughout the Nazi regime from start to finish. Despite the fact that occasionally certain Nazi leaders such as Hitler and Himmler famously made proclamations against homosexuality, the documentation in this book more than proves that any Nazi proclamations against homosexually were hollow, meant only for a gullible public’s consumption. The fact is, homosexuals were at the vanguard of Nazism from day one, all the way up to the end of WWII. What’s surprising is how numerous are the primary sources, contemporaneous with the Nazis, with which these authors can readily and consistently cite. The SA brownshirts were infested with homosexuals, especially at the leadership level; this pattern carried over into the SS blackshirts; Hitler, Himmler, Goering, Heydrich, et al, surrounded themselves with homosexuals and sexual deviants (indeed, these authors document that these four men themselves were known or probable sexual deviants); only when it occasionally became an absolute necessity did any of these men make any public statements against homosexuality, and any promises they made to the public that homosexual offenders would be punished was carried out with a very pronounced indifference.
More enlightening still, Lively and Abrams show how there was (and still is) a very real internecine historical warfare between two main camps of homosexuals, what these authors and at least one of their underlying historical sources call the “Butches vs. Femmes.” The homosexual leading Nazis were probably exclusively of the “butches” variety, and any modicum of persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany was carried out against their homosexual “femmes” rivals, but it can be shown that many of even these particular cases of persecution were instigated mainly for political reasons.
This dichotomy among homosexuals is almost certainly of ancient lineage; what these authors do claim quite convincingly–again buttressing their claims using venerable, contemporaneous sources here as well–is that the “butch” ideal of homosexuality dates back to at least the all-male warrior caste revered in ancient Sparta, and that this ideal occasionally rears its deviant head again and again in history whenever an all-male warrior caste is emphasized as the exemplary model for males in a society. One constant throughout all this history, from Sparta to the Teutonic Knights to Nazi Germany, is the emphasis on not just homosexuality but also pederasty. It would be difficult to overstate how important was/is pederasty to this class of ultra-aggressive male homosexual. Reading through this history, so much of it modern, 20th century history, it boldly clarifies the historical account of Genesis 19: Abraham’s nephew Lot was dealing with a band of exactly this archetypal homosexual males.
This book is replete with facts that would and will shock most propagandized Westerners who have of course been indoctrinated in the many contemporary popular myths about homosexuality.
The authors’ close by producing example after example of this same butch-homo/nazi phenomenon occurring in many parts of modern America, from the Nazi march on Skokie, Illinois in the 1970s to the naziesque tactics of NAMBLA and numerous other homosexual and pederastic activist groups: the admonition for the here and now is obvious and sobering.
There are a few minor flaws with the book, such as the fact that these authors do NOT understand the true geo-political nature of the Vatican as distinct from the religion it hides behind. Fortunately, this problem only surfaces a few times in the entireity of the book. Nevertheless, it is worth noting.
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